While he’s been dropping a slew of loose tracks and music videos, Kodak Black has also been attending anger management courses. Now, the Pompano Beach rapper reveals that he’s earned a certificate of completion from the court-mandated program.
Posing with the certificate, Black covered his government name with his middle finger, and smiled for a picture. “#StoryOfMyLife,” he captioned the flick. “I Finally Passed This Shit #AngerManagement.”
Back in February, Black was arrested for violating his probation after leaving his home without permission on multiple occasions, including a reported strip club run. However, he was also booked because he had failed to finish his mandated anger management courses.
In May, Black was sentenced to one year in jail for violating the terms of his house arrest, but was released early with the promise that he would complete a life skills course.
Upon his release, Black unleashed a video for “First Day Out,” in which he raps about his legal issues. “Know you ni**as thought I wasn’t comin’ home,” he raps. “But guess what, bitch? I’m home / On probation, but I still keep that chrome / I’ll crack a ni**a dome.”
Legal problems have not slowed Kodak’s prolific output. This year, he’s already released Painting Pictures, which peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200, and Project Baby 2, which debuted at No. 2. Plus, the Floridian MC has been dropping loose singles and videos in between both efforts.